If you hate cold weather and are considering a move to a warm climate year round, consider Miami Florida. The weather is great, the beaches are beautiful and there are so many interesting things to do year round. While Miami used to be the spot that senior citizens choose to retire, today?s Miami has a heavy Latin influence making it a multi-cultural multi-generational city like no other. If you are young and unmarried there is no better city to live in.
Along with the rest of the country, Miami is struggling to keep employment numbers from falling further than they already have. Due to having some of the highest unemployment numbers in the country, it is wise to have a job lined up before making the move. The top employers in the area are in the service industry like: Publix Super Markets, Baptist Health South Florida, The University of Miami and American Airlines.
Because Miami has so many diverse cultures, selecting a neighborhood to live in without knowing what to expect can be a very stressful situation. Consider renting a home or apartment for six months to a year before you buy. This will give you an ample amount of time to explore the Miami area to find the perfect place to call home.
Finally, if you are an outdoor person, Miami is a brilliant place to live! The sun and beaches are one of the main reasons that Miami is still such a hot tourist attraction. There are hundreds things that you can do to enjoy the outdoors here, including taking a fishing charter on the Atlantic Ocean, a day cruise to The Bahamas, Swim with the Dolphins, go snorkeling and the list can go on and on. If there is one thing for sure about a move to Miami, you would never be bored.
If those aren?t enough reasons to start looking in the want ads and call a Realtor right now, I don?t know what would be. The fact is, Miami, was and still is one of the top locations in this country to relocate.